Bayonne NJ Burglary Defense Attorneys
With the sudden increase in heroin users in Hudson County, there should be surprise that crime, specifically burglary and theft related offenses, are on the rise. If you or someone you know has been charged with burglary in Bayonne or elsewhere in New Jersey it is imperative that you speak to an experienced Hudson County criminal defense attorney immediately about your options. If convicted of burglary in New Jersey, a Defendant could be sentenced up to a decade in prison, fined up to $150,000 and scared with a permanent felony criminal record. The team of Bayonne, NJ burglary defense lawyers at the Law Office of Jonathan F. Marshall has the knowledge and experience to successfully protect your freedom. Our team of Hudson County criminal defense lawyers has over 100 years of combined experience on staff, including over twenty-five years of prior prosecuting experience. For more information on the offense of burglary, including what exactly the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office must prove beyond a reasonable doubt before you can be convicted of burglary, please checkout our Bayonne NJ practice series by clicking the link. In addition, if you would like to discuss your matter with any one of our eight Hudson County burglary defense lawyers, please contact our Jersey City office at (201) 309-1800. Our criminal defense attorneys are available 24/7 to answer any questions that you might have. Now here is a recent article about a Defendant who has been charged with among other things, burglary in Bayonne.
Defendant Charged with Burglarizing Cars in Bayonne NJ
According to the Bayonne Police Department, they were called to the scene of a car burglary and were notified by one of the victims that they had observed a female walking down the street checking cars to see if their doors were unlocked. Based on this information, the police canvassed the area until the found a women who meet the description of the alleged burglar. They approached the women and asked her for identification. When the women opened her wallet the police immediately noticed several prescription pills. When asked for a valid prescription, the women was unable to produce one. As a result she was placed under arrest for possession of prescription drugs. A search incident to arrest further revealed $68 in cash, loose change, a GPS navigation device, a car stereo face plate, one hypodermic needle, a glass pipe and a metallic spoon.
Based on their findings, the women was arrested and charged with burglary in the third degree, theft in the third degree, possession of prescription drugs in the third degree and possession of a hypodermic syringe in the fourth degree. The reports also indicate that the women was subsequently released on an ROR status bail. If you have been charged with burglary in Bayonne New Jersey, the Law Office of Jonathan F. Marshall can help. To set up a free consultation please contact our Jersey City office at (201) 309-1800.